2021 Pac-12 Conference women's basketball tournament: Matchups, players to know & more

Stanford and Arizona are the top seeds in the tournament

The 2021 Pac-12 Conference women’s basketball tournament will determine which team gets an automatic bid to the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament.

The conference tournament begins March 3 and runs through March 7. Each game will be played in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. Family members of the student-athletes are scheduled to be in attendance for the tournament.

Twelve teams made the tournament.

Stanford received the automatic bid

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MARCH 3 – FIRST ROUND

(5) Oregon State def. (12) California, 71-63

(8) USC def. (9) Arizona State, 71-65

(7) Washington State def. (10) Utah, 57-48

(11) Washington def. (6) Colorado, 68-54

MARCH 4 – QUARTERFINALS

(1) Stanford def. (8) USC, 92-53

(2) Arizona vs. (7) Washington State, 60-44

(3) UCLA def. (11) Washington, 58-46

(5) Oregon State def. (4) Oregon, 71-64

MARCH 5 – SEMIFINALS

(1) Stanford vs. (5) Oregon State, 79-45

(3) UCLA def. (2) Arizona, 58-49

MARCH 7 – FINALS

(1) Stanford def. (3) UCLA, 75-55

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5 PLAYERS TO KNOW

Aari McDonald, Arizona: McDonald was named the Pac-12 Player of the Year. She led the conference with 19.4 points per game and reached the 2,000-point milestone for her career this season.

Kiana Williams, Stanford: Williams has been a big factor in Stanford’s success this season. She was named to the All-Pac-12 team and is averaging 14 points. She’s played in each of the Cardinal’s 24 games this season.

Michaela Onyenwere, UCLA: Onyenwere finished in the top three in scoring in the conference. She was averaging 18.2 points and 8 rebounds this season.

Nyara Sabally, Oregon: Sabally has helped the Ducks get back near the top of the conference. She is averaging 12.4 points and 7.3 rebounds per game this season.

Aleah Goodman, Oregon State: Goodman is one of the stars on Oregon State. She finished in the top five in scoring with 16.8 points per game during the regular season. She also owns a 52.6% shooting percentage from three-point range, which is tops in the Pac-12.